VOCABULARY - IDIOMS

Idioms about weather

Idioms about weather

  • any port in a storm

    Meaning: This idiom is used to describe a situation in which you are forced to accept any solution whether you like or not.

  • blue-sky thinking

    Meaning: This refers to thinking that is unrealistic. This phrase may also refer to creative ideas that diverge from current beliefs or ideas.

  • bolt from the blue

    Meaning: This refers to a complete surprise; something totally unexpected. In this phrase there is an allusion to a stroke of lightning from a clear blue sky.

  • chase rainbows

    Meaning: This idiom is used when someone tries to pursue unrealistic or fanciful goals, things that are impossible.

  • cloud nine

    Meaning: This idiom is used to mean that you are in a state of extreme happiness.

  • come rain or shine

    Meaning: Regardless of the weather or circumstances.

  • every cloud has a silver lining

    Meaning: This expression is used to say that there is always something good even in an unpleasant, difficult or even painful situation.

  • have a face like thunder

    Meaning: This idiom is used to describe a person who is angry or upset about something.

  • heavy weather

    Meaning: The phrase heavy weather refers to considerable difficulty.

  • in a fog

    Meaning: This idiom is used when someone is confused, dazed, disoriented.

  • in the cold light of day

    Meaning: This idiom is used when you see things objectively, clearly and calmly, without the emotions you had at the time they occurred.

  • it never rains but it pours

    Meaning: This expression is used to mean that things do not just happen occasionally, but all all at the same time.

  • keep a weather eye on

    Meaning: If you keep a weather eye open on something you observe it very carefully to remain alert to changes.

  • lovely weather for ducks

    Meaning: Rainy weather.

  • make heavy weather of something

    Meaning: The phrase to make heavy weather of something to find something hard to do and make a fuss about it although it is not difficult.

  • right as rain

    Meaning: This idiom is used to mean that everything is perfectly fine; all right

  • under a cloud

    Meaning: to be suspected of something.

  • under the weather

    Meaning: Somewhat ill or gloomy.

  • weather permitting

    Meaning: If the weather is fine.

  • weather the storm

    Meaning: To experience a very difficult situation and survive it.